ID: 7474
Updated by: sniper
Old Status: Analyzed
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Compile Failure
Operating System: SunOs 4.1.4 (!)
PHP Version: 4.0.5 ?
New Comment:

As this system in question is really outdated and
shouldn't be used in production anyway (y2k!) we're
not going to add any hacks to fix this now. 

I have made patches to fix this, so if someone
else has the same problem and really wants this
hack, it's available by asking me: [EMAIL PROTECTED]


Previous Comments:

[2001-06-18 20:13:42] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

This was said to happen still with 4.0.5 and the code
in question hasn't changed (IIRC) much since.

One possible solution is to add some #ifdef's around
these functions, and checks for existance of strol/stroul
into configure


[2001-06-02 20:51:40] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

If you don't mind, please test latest release candidate:

I'm pretty sure it happens with it too, but I'd like 
to be sure about it.



[2001-05-23 02:04:47] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

I guess this still happens with PHP 4.0.5 too?



[2001-01-16 19:50:46] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

The snapshot of 200101160445 failed to compile with the same error as that of 4.0.4pl1.


[2001-01-16 08:03:14] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

I just tried to compile 4.0.4pl1 and it failed the same way:
gcc  -I. [snip] -c scanf.c && touch scanf.lo
scanf.c: In function `php_sscanf_internal':
scanf.c:783: `strtol' undeclared (first use this function)
scanf.c:783: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
scanf.c:783: for each function it appears in.)
scanf.c:804: `strtoul' undeclared (first use this function)
*** Error code 1                                                  

I'll try a snapshot next.  Thanks - Larry


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